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Systems admin. Ski junkie.


Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
9
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
27
comment System Restore Points
We've already got fantastic data retention/redundancy systems in place. The goal is to have this run everyday so in the event a user has a virus get into their system, we can roll back to the previous days restore point if an malware scrubber can't remove it. We're trying to avoid re-imaging systems.
Nov
27
asked System Restore Points
Sep
10
asked Outlook 2010 & Exchange 2007: Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients
Sep
10
awarded  Analytical
Sep
10
awarded  Scholar
Sep
10
accepted If a machine is removed from Active Directory does it create a log file?
Sep
10
answered If a machine is removed from Active Directory does it create a log file?
Sep
7
awarded  Student
Sep
7
comment If a machine is removed from Active Directory does it create a log file?
I looked in there and we didn't find what we were looking for. What happened is this object was accidentally deleted from AD but is still a member if the domain. The machine hasn't been completely/properly removed. On a side note I'm still fairly new to ServerFault and the other accompanying sites and I'm unsure of the etiquette and rules. I wanted to repose the question because I didn't ask it properly the first time around. What would have been the best way to go about this?
Sep
7
asked If an object is removed from Active Directory is there a log file generated
Sep
7
asked If a machine is removed from Active Directory does it create a log file?